Donald Trump spokeswoman says Trump's 2024 campaign will appeal to younger voters
Former President Trump's spokeswoman Liz Harrington says that Trump's message of looking forward will resonate with all Americans
Former Trump spokeswoman Liz Harrington said on Wednesday that the former president's pro-America message will resonate with young American voters when the 2024 election arrives.
On Tuesday former President Donald Trump announced his intent to run for re-election in 2024. When asked if Trump could pick up votes from younger demographics and unmarried women, Harrington argued Trump's message and campaign is broad-based.
"I think it's the message of forward-looking," Harrington said on the "Just the News, No Noise" TV show.
"Everyone wants a shot at the American Dream and we've seen that completely destroyed under this Biden regime," she argued.
According to Harrington, most Americans are fed up with the Biden administration's failures and want to see change during the next election cycle.
"We've seen our economy be destroyed," Harrington said. "We've seen inflation the highest it's been in 40 years. Everyone knows the difference of what it was just two years ago. And so not only can we get back to where we were, but we can get back to even greater."
"All these issues really cut across demographics-all kinds of age groups, race, colors and creeds," Harrington argued. "These are important to all Americans. I think we can win on these issues. It's all about common sense."
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